10 Ways to Save After Retirement


Want to hang on to your gold in your golden years? Then keep saving even when you’ve stopped earning. Here’s how. Take the same approach to money management you did before you kissed the 9-to-5 grind goodbye. Careful planning, money management and saving will go ...

10 Ways to Save After Retirement2021-09-08T12:17:50-06:00

Social Insecurity


Americans are living longer each year. Every 6 years, the average life expectancy increases by 1 year. For example, the US life expectancy at birth was 60.8 years in 1921 but has increased to 77.8 years in 2021. Since Americans are living longer, saving for ...

Social Insecurity2021-08-06T15:03:45-06:00

How to Manage an Inheritance or Windfall


Have you ever dreamed of winning the lottery or inheriting a large sum of money? Most have. But, riches that easily fall into your hands can quickly slip through your fingers. A study found that 1/3 of the people who received an inheritance had negative savings within two years. For ...

How to Manage an Inheritance or Windfall2021-07-12T10:07:23-06:00

Inflation: The Silent Killer


Western Slope consumers have experienced a surge in prices of 4.2% over the last year! This is the highest increase since 2008! When the prices of goods increase, the purchasing value of your money decreases. A dollar that you had last year, is only worth ...

Inflation: The Silent Killer2021-06-08T10:56:08-06:00

How to Avoid Charitable Giving Errors


Individuals, foundations, bequests, and corporations gave an estimated $449.6 billion to U.S. charities in 2019, according to findings in Giving USA 2020. Individuals accounted for an estimated $309.7 billion, up 4.7% in 2019 versus the prior year. We tend to think about charitable donations around ...

How to Avoid Charitable Giving Errors2021-05-12T12:16:46-06:00

The Covid Economy, a Year Later


This time last year, the World Health Organization recently had declared that the spread of Covid-19 constituted a worldwide pandemic. Stringent measures in the U.S. were being taken to slow the spread of Covid and “flatten the curve.” The lockdowns and shelter-in-place orders dealt a ...

The Covid Economy, a Year Later2021-04-12T11:29:44-06:00
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